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25 thoughts on “HTML5 Responsive Website – Start to Finish”
Great. Fully understood how responsive website works. Good Tutorial .
Thanks a lot dude…..!!!
In this copy and paste world we live in its nice to be walked through the
process. Very clear and concise. Along with your commenter quick response
on questions you have given the air of personal involvement in what you
have offered CONGRATULATIONS.
there is a moment in between when the Play section is neither to the left
nor to the right..why does that happen???
How to share this web site on internet
You’re simply put amazing. Thanks a lot dear.
hi! May I ask how can I remove the white space above and both sides of the
webpage since I’d like to have a horizontal navbar above my header which
will extend on both ends of the page. Thanks in advance!
It is not a cooking lesson.. now we pour 2 spoons of salt, now mix it up..
i respect your time making this but you just tell us what you do next and
then next.. but you dont explain why, what for, what is the purpose and why
is it needed. I could open a source code and copy paste it and the learning
value would be the same. It might work for people who said it is helpful-
mindless copy machines, but it is much more valuable to know why you did
that and that.
Thanks for making this video, helps me alot! One question. When you start
styling and enter the first font families for the HTML body, how come the
two first ones are in ” “s (“Helvetica” and “Arial”) and the last one –
Thank you so much
Great video Drew. Using just a text editor is obviously very helpful and
keeps focus on the syntax and page layout. Just one question. As you’re
saving these files to the local filesystem, and then reloading the page
(assumed in your browser), is this “app” deployed to a server process
running such that http://localhost:/…. shows the
rendered changes. Again, thanks for such a step-wise page-building video.
Dude i need source code can u send it to my email? Your link doesn’t let me
That was very well done. Thank You for your time and sharing.
Thanks a lot
This is a great responsive tutorial, but I was just wondering why you used
a vid iframe class, instead of a video tag?
A big thank you for your time and sharing your knowledge freely!
thanks drew. I have query that i made some web page when i run tese web
pages on different size pc or laptop then content does mess up. how i will
sort this problem in css3 and html5.
After watching literally dozens of HTML5/Responsive videos on YouTube, this
has been the easiest to follow by far for me. I learned more watching this
than 12 hours of other videos.
very cool stuff. self taught myself i started doing this this year, i
didn’t want you to think i was spamming you so i won’t mention the site
name, but by the time you read this i will have launched my first opening
page. proud of it. if you want to see it let me know its ok to say the
address. i may put up a vid of how i did it as well its responsive also
Great tutorial 🙂
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Thank you so much! your video really useful :)
Hi, please can you spare a link if you used the program
Thanks for the Video. Very useful and easy to understand.
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